What theme does Yeats reveal through his poem? “The Song of Wandering Aengus” A. Be careful when

What theme does Yeats reveal through his poem? “The Song of Wandering Aengus”

A. Be careful when you try new experiences.

B. Somethings are worth searching for.

C. Love is more important than wealth.

D. Sharing is the best way to show affection.


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WendigoMeow

WendigoMeow

A). One will not part with that which is rightfully his.

Explanation:

Theme is exemplified as the central idea that binds/unifies a literary text and is reflected by the author either directly or indirectly.

In the given passage from one of the lake men, the theme that is being supported by this quotation would be 'one will not part with that which is rightfully his' as reflected by the phrase 'we leave you to your gold', 'you may eat that, if you will'. The speaker pays emphasis on not giving up 'what belongs to him rightfully' and thus adopts a protective or conservative tone for his 'reasonable part'. Thus, option A is the correct answer.

dchannakhone84

dchannakhone84

C

Explanation:

It is c because the man didn’t care about how much money he makes he just wanted to be happy and he is happy with his new job

roblox0168

roblox0168

d being Brothers only causes problems and song

enrique2211

enrique2211

C.love is more important than wealth

aliveajones2005

aliveajones2005

C. Love is more important

legendman27

legendman27

based off the answers that you have the best would be A

Explanation:

zoeyjorschumb17

zoeyjorschumb17

Hello, your answer is D. Pride can be one's downfall

britorre7609

britorre7609

beauty can be dangerous if not guarded and protected

mdakane3772

mdakane3772

4. pride can be one's downfall

raffigi

raffigi

im not sure i can help you

Explanation:

im not sure why